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December 22, 2015


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Becky D

So quirky and interesting to have these pieces in your collection. I love that the Museum considers the designer as a whole and finds value in his holiday cards! I always think art is so much more compelling when there is something more mundane to know about the artist as well.


I recently came across one of these while looking through a family collection of old envelopes, stamps, post cards, greeting cards, etc. The card itself is undated but the cancellation on the envelope dates it and is the Place Vendome. It is a very beautiful envelope, card, signature dating December 7, 1949. I hope to find more information on it soon.

FIDM Museum

Lucky you, Charley! Someone in your family must have worked for Lucien Lelong.

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